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Monday, February 21, 2011

Today I decided to do some produce photos.  Here are several different treatments of the same theme, red peppers.  This first photo I grabbed at the market while shopping for the produce.  It will be good as a background image.  Shooting variations such as these of the same object maximizes the sales possibilities from one shoot.

Next I covered the peppers simply as an object that could be cut out and put onto a page as part of an over all design layout.

I call this type of treatment "situational" because it shows the objects in use.  I think of situational still life as life-style images.

Finally, I shot the peppers with a lot of space around them on one side so the photo can be integrated with type, or used as the basis for a creative design.

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